Chronic Pain & Fatigue

GERD and Sleep Disturbances: Breaking the Vicious Cycle

For many individuals living with Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD), or hyperacidity, the discomfort doesn’t end when the sun goes down. In fact, nighttime can be one of the most challenging periods, as the symptoms of acid reflux can significantly disrupt sleep, leading to a vicious cycle of poor rest and exacerbated GERD. The Bidirectional Relationship […]

Summer Relief: 5 Foods That Calm Acid Reflux Naturally

Did you know that your diet can play a crucial role in managing your acid reflux, especially during the hot summer months? As temperatures rise, so can your symptoms. But don’t worry! We’ve compiled a list of five refreshing foods that are both delicious and beneficial in soothing your acid reflux. 1. White PumpkinWhite pumpkin, […]

Understanding Acid Reflux & Stress

Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD)(chronic acid reflux), commonly known for symptoms like heartburn and regurgitation, has a significant impact on both physical and mental health. This chronic disease not only arises from stress but can also exacerbate it, creating a vicious cycle where psychological and physiological symptoms aggravate each other. The Psychological Toll of Acid Reflux […]

What is GERD? Surprising Truths Behind Chronic Acid Reflux

Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD), otherwise known as chronic acid reflux, is a common and often misunderstood condition that affects over 780 million people globally. Contrary to popular belief, GERD is not simply a matter of “too much stomach acid”, but a complex interplay of various factors. GERD Symptoms Beyond the Burning Sensation While heartburn is […]

A Diabetes Diagnosis? Here’s what to do now


Recently diagnosed with diabetes or know someone who has been? You might be left with a lot of questions about it. This article covers everything you need to know, from the basics of diabetes to navigating daily life with the disease to diabetes remission. Read on for tips and resources to thrive after your diagnosis. […]